Nourishing Main Course Gravies and Stews-Best For Your Next Party
We Indians love to celebrate be it the enormous amount of festivals we have or the simple victory of our favorite team. Whatever may be the reason to celebrate, a complete meal for every occasion is incomplete without flavored gravy. These gravies go very well with naan, rotis and rice. They include a wide range of dishes like Matar Panner, Malai Kofta, Chole Masala, Methi Malai Matar, Vegetable Korma, Navratan Korma etc.
The uniqueness of Indian curry is that they can be made with vegetables, legumes, and lentils. Hence there are various methods in preparation varies-Stew and curry.
The tangy yet spicy flavors are incredibly brought to life in this dish. The thick and creamy kadhi with soft pakora is made with the combination of sour yogurt, chickpea flour and onion fritters.
The classic Indian dish Dum aloo is delicious, creamy and flavorful made with spicy onions, tomatoes, cashews and yogurt. The dish name literally translates to steam cooked potatoes. You will find many Indian recipes made in Dum style cooking method.
Mix Vegetable Curry
The North Indian cuisine curry combines the flavors of all veggies. The dish is one such recipe prepared with the combination of vegetables and paneer in a single curry.
Brought straight from the authentic flavor of Kolhapur Maharashtra, Veg Kolhapuri is mixed vegetable curry with thick and spicy coconut based gravy. Boiled or steamed mixed vegetables like French beans, carrot, potato, green peas, capsicum, tomato, onion etc, with it in milk gives it an authentic flavor, taste and texture.
This creamy vegetable curry is the tastiest way to eat your veggies! The “nine-gem” curry is a rich and creamy Mughlai dish with fruits, vegetables and nuts. If you’ve never had Mughlai cuisine, you’re in for a treat.
Malai Kofta is the most sought after dish in restaurants. Originally koftas are meatballs, but in vegetarian version these are either made with paneer, potatoes, veggies like kaddu, mix veggies or raw banana.
Methi Matar Malai
As the name goes, the dish is made with meethi, matar and malai. This dish has tiny bit of sweet taste because of cream and onions. Also, it combines well with slight bitterness of methi. It has very surprising taste and flavor contrast with common Punjabi sauces which has onion-tomato based sauce.
The stuffed baingan recipe is extremely popular eggplant recipe and it is ideally served with roti, naan and chapathi and even with jeer rice recipe.
Gatte ki Sabzi
Straight from the colorful state-Rajasthan, gatte ki sabzi is very delicious to eat and can be served for lunch or dinner in usual days and at dinner parties at home as well.
Rajma-chawal is delicious main course recipe that contains good quality of carbohydrate and protein. It is cooked by using ingredients like rajma (kidney beans), onions, tomatoes and blend of spices. So go ahead and try out this recipe and relish it with your near and dear ones.